The latest Redskins mailbag digs deep into draft discussion as the big event nears.
The only two quarterbacks anyone seems to like in the first round should be gone by the time Washington picks at 5.
According to Variety, BET will be the home for a new reality show on Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson.
Analyst's picks provide help for pass rush, offensive line and at running back.
The good news for Darrel Young is that Bill Callahan likes fullbacks. But that doesn't mean Young will become a bigger part of the Redskins' offense,
Several options could offer roster depth in middle rounds next week.
Join us today for NFL Nation TV's Spreecast 53 as USC defensive lineman and pending first-round draft pick Leonard Williams visits the show.
Predicting how the Redskins will fare isn't easy as this team has a lot of questions that are impossible to answer at this point.
New personnel man prefers speed, immediate impact from early selections.
Analyst says teams drafting high, even the Washington Redskins, should pick him.
It'll be tough for the Redskins to face him. But before you worry about it, we need to see what type of player they'll be playing against.
Taking a look at the NFL draft prospects at guard for the Redskins.
ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim talks about first-year general manager Scot McCloughan and what he brings to NFL draft day.
Todd McShay discusses his latest mock draft, including which star running back moved into the top 10.
The Redskins' preseason schedule was set, along with the regular season one, Tuesday. Yes, this was an exciting moment, too.
ESPN's NFL Nation reporters predict the regular-season record for the team they cover.
With a tough closing stretch of the schedule, getting off to a fast start in 2015 will be imperative for the Redskins' hopes to contend.
Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson has praise for the offseason work of quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Several prospects could upgrade offensive line if team trades back in the first round.
Washington has added a top nose tackle in Terrance Knighton and a solid defensive end in Stephen Paea.
If the Redskins pick up Robert Griffin III's fifth-year option, they would pay him $16.2 million in 2016, a figure that is guaranteed for injury
The Redskins showed up for their first day of offseason workouts with the idea of change on their minds.
Eyeing Redskins' draft: Third-down backs -- Washington could look for someone to complement Alfred Morris or who could replace him down the road.
The NFL will announce its 2015 schedule at 8 p.m. ET Tuesday. Here's a look at the home and away opponents for all 32 teams.